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Cameron Diaz Is the 'Most Dangerous Celebrity' on the Web

Cameron Diaz has won an award! (And no, we're not talking about her Teen Choice Award for Most Disgusting Scene in 'There's Something About Mary.') Computer security giant McAfee has named Diaz the most dangerous celebrity on the Internet, due to the massive amount of malware associated with her name. According to McAfee, you have a one in ten chance of stumbling on adware and viruses when...

John Mellencamp Calls the Internet the Most Destructive Invention Since the A-Bomb

First it was Prince, and now John Mellencamp is picking a bone with the Internet. According to Reuters, during a recent speech at the Grammy Museum, Mellencamp said, "the Internet is the most dangerous thing invented since the atomic bomb."John Cougar went on to say that it had destroyed the music business, and has the movie business in its sights. While this sentiment would be called relevant...

Heidi Montag's Plastic Surgeon Was Texting Just Before Fatal Accident

Plastic surgeon Dr. Frank Ryan, the man who turned Heidi Montag into a tragicomedic freak of science, died in a car crash on Monday after driving his car off of a cliff in Malibu. And, according to one of Ryan's former flames, texting might be to blame. Charmaine Blake, Ryan's ex-girlfriend, recently revealed to People that the surgeon was tweeting about his border collie just before his fatal...

Hacker Tweets Fake Guns N' Roses Tour Cancellation From Axl Rose's Account

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Guns N' Roses fans were duped into believing Axl Rose and the boys had canceled an upcoming European tour when somebody hacked into Rose's Twitter account. On Sunday, this message appeared on Rose's rarely used (but verified) Twitter account: "All upcoming Guns N' Roses dates are officially cancelled. Please contact your place of purchase for any refunds."...

Justin Bieber Sics Twitter Fans on Enemy by Posting His Number

Okay, so he's not exactly a violent mob boss, but the world has now learned a valuable lesson: don't cross Justin Bieber. While it's not quite breaking someone's legs, the floppy-haired, Segway-riding teen heartthrob decided to make one boy's life a living hell when he tweeted the kid's phone number to roughly 4.5 million followers. Allegedly, Kevin Kristopik hacked the account of one of...

Johnny Carson's 'Tonight Show' Archives Hit the Web

The undisputed 'King of Late Night' is making a comeback -- this time, on the Internet. According to The New York Times, more than 3,500 hours of footage from Johnny Carson's tenure as host of 'The Tonight Show' has been preserved digitally and archived on the Web for fans to enjoy. It took about 2,000 people to complete this two-phase project, which mostly spans the years between 1973 and 1992...

Bill Gates Says Internet Will Offer the Best Education in Five Years

If you didn't get into your college of choice, don't worry. Bill Gates thinks that where you get your college soon won't matter. According to Tech Crunch, Gates said last week at the Techonomy 2010 conference that, over the next five years, the Internet will offer a better education than the collegiate model. "Five years from now on the Web, for free, you'll be able to find the best lectures in...

Jodie Fisher 'Saddened' Over HP CEO Mark Hurd's Resignation

On Friday, Mark Hurd resigned from his position as CEO and President of HP, amid accusations of sexual harassment. Now, the woman behind the accusations has revealed her identity to the world, and has offered her condolences to her former boss. Jodie Fisher, a 50-year-old former actress and reality TV star, knew Hurd while working as a marketing consultant for HP. From 2007 to 2009, she...

Yoko Ono: 'Don't Hold Your Breath' for The Beatles on iTunes

As recently as last fall, Yoko Ono said The Beatles' songs would finally be available in the iTunes Store -- only to be quickly shot down by EMI, which licenses the band's material. Now, she is squashing any hopes that we'll ever be able to download recordings by the Fab Four in Apple's store. According to a Reuters report on Yahoo! News, Ono said that you Beatlemaniacs shouldn't "hold your...

The One Person Kanye West Follows on Twitter Says Fame Is 'Vacuous'

When recent Twitter convert Kanye West chose to follow the account of a kid named Steven Holmes, everyone struggled to comprehend why Mr. West would want to follow a relatively anonymous student -- and no one else. Surely this kid must be the world's most rabid Kanye fan, right? Or perhaps he's another struggling musician who's been chomping at the bit for his one shot at fame? Well, not...

Carmen Electra Will Wish You Happy Birthday on Facebook... For $3

A new Facebook-based start-up called Cameo Stars is hoping to turn itself into the next viral craze by having celebrities wish you a happy birthday. Cameo Stars features A-list football players Reggie Bush, Tony Romo and Drew Brees -- along with the perpetually irrelevant Carmen Electra -- shot on green screen and expressing generic platitudes for you to post on your friends' Facebook pages. ...

Michael Jackson Forces 'Plants Vs. Zombies' to Change Dancing Zombie Character

Michael Jackson is dead. And his family, apparently, wants to keep it that way -- even in the world of iPhone games. According to MTV, Jackson estate lawyers recently forced gaming company PopCap to change a character in one of its iPhone apps, 'Plants vs. Zombies,' because said character bore a striking resemblance to the King of Pop. From now on, the Dancing Zombie character will no longer be...

Ivy Bean, Twitter's Oldest User, Dies at 104

Ivy Bean, from Bradford, England, definitely wasn't your average Twitterer. She had a staggering 57,000 people following her IvyBean104 handle, and, thanks to her viral popularity, managed to work her way into meetings with British politicians and celebrities, alike. Oh, and at 104-years young, she was the world's oldest microblogger. Late Tuesday, though, Bean passed away at the care...

Awesome Cool-Guy Justin Bieber Rides a Segway, Flees Horde of Teenage Girls

Tween heartthrob Justin Bieber has learned to be spry! In case you haven't already brightened your days with videos of the boy (and his haircut) walking face-first into more than one glass door, it seemed for a while that the Biebs was unable to master the simple act of perambulation. So, naturally, he turned to the coolest and most enviable set of mechanical legs this side of Gob Bluth: the...

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to Make 'Simpsons' Cameo This Fall

It can be argued that the true measure of celebrity is whether or not a person has made a cameo on 'The Simpsons.' After all, just look at a few of the names who've appeared on the show during its 21-year-run on Fox. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has more than 500 million "friends," a movie based on his life coming out this fall and, according to New York Magazine, a featured role in an...